Till I Met You

Till I Met You

Señor Manuel is an elderly gentleman who falls in love with the charming Luisa, a confidence trickster posing as a rich socialite. In preparation for their upcoming wedding, Señor Manuel takes Luisa back to see his hacienda and introduces his new fiancé to the staff. Among which is Gabriel, Manuel's right-hand man, who is not only well respected by the town’s people, but is also the one person that Señor Manuel trusts the most. Likewise, Gabriel cares deeply for the old man and is very protective of the haciendero; so much so that during the initial meeting, the fiercely devoted Gabriel immediately becomes suspicious that Luisa is a fake and is only after Señor Manuel’s money.

Señor Manuel (Eddie Garcia)is an elderly gentleman who falls in love with the charming Luisa (Regine Velasquez), a confidence trickster posing as a rich socialite. In preparation for their upcoming wedding, Señor Manuel takes Luisa back to see his hacienda and introduces his new fiancé to the staff. Among which is Gabriel (Robin Padilla), Manuel's right-hand man, who is not only well respected by the town’s people, but is also the one person that Señor Manuel trusts the most. Likewise, Gabriel cares deeply for the old man and is very protective of the haciendero; so much so that during the initial meeting, the fiercely devoted Gabriel immediately becomes suspicious that Luisa is a fake and is only after Señor Manuel’s money. In order to expose Luisa as nothing but a gold digger, Caught in a tangled web of lies and deceit, all so unexpected . . .all so unwanted, what twisted fate awaits them? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Aaron S (gb) wrote: Heard and heard about this genre defying gem. Turned out to be a lump of coal. It's like a hipster Dreamcatcher...and I HATE DREAMCATCHER. Meh.

Amanda C (jp) wrote: My Week with Marilyn give Monroe more credit than most biopics do, largely due to Michelle Williams. Williams as Monroe is never a characture or imitation of the famous blonde bombshell, but she somehow manages to morph into Monroe. She has captured the energy of Monroe and most importantly understands that there was more to her than the dumb blonde act. This is at the heart of what makes My Week with Marilyn work. It never treats Monroe as strictly the icon, but also sees her as an incredibly insecure woman, for all her fame and adoration, who was desperate to be loved and understood, but who could never move past the famous persona that she created.

Johnathan C (ca) wrote: For a film that traffics in implacable malice, this movie remains remarkably grounded in the everyday. Big money rustlas establishes itself as a film of Darwinian ferocity, a stark and pitiless parable of American capitalism. Someday, we're probably going to look back at Big money rustlas, Paul Andresen's epic about greed, lies, manipulation and insanity (clown insanity), and call it his masterpiece. In a way, there's not a step you haven't seen in classics going as far back as Citizen Kane. Still, there are enough oddities in the details to keep you full of questions. It's a biblical parable about America's failure to square religion, greed, and the wild west. But most of all it is a marvellously entertaining soap: a sort Dickens does Dallas, without the sex or swimming pools. 4 simple words sum this epic up; DO NOT MISS THIS.

Alana B (gb) wrote: that is so good dance

faust s (de) wrote: Stunning imagery but felt airy, yet actually is a good picture and is, overlooked and understated by critics. Few moments are either mediocre or unconvincing, though all - in - all there's quite a concrete backdrop, if it had picked - up a sustainable exponential pace and re - run few details(the wounds, fainting, drowning, etc.), it would have been more compelling. The acting quality was ranging back and forth, often. Gestures, emptiness of words(that further emphasized the unspoken tension), and simple symbolism(trees) gave the film an eccentric taste and griping urge from the audience to stay interested and sense the intricately twisted connection between the twins while seeing the differences that's ripping them apart. Added to that, the twins are adorable and fits their role perfectly. Still, could be reduced to half it's time and arrive to this conclusion, it lacks general dynamics, the condensed entity of this movie is way too small, although it's a very appealing journey.

Aimee W (ru) wrote: good movie about bullying teaching young girls everywhere stand up for urself and there is always someone there for u when u need them

KJ P (br) wrote: I'm sorry, but I have no idea how this was able to pass as a sequel, because the logic behind everything in this film makes no sense. Each and every cast member acts completely different than they did in the first film, and although the first movie was not very good, this fails upon everything the first one did correctly. By not showing Claw's face, they stay true to the television show, but everything else has nothing to do with it and is all very silly and made up. The writing is atrocious, the film is very unfunny, and the visual effects are disgusting. "Inspector Gadget 2" is one of the worst films I've seen!

Andrew P (it) wrote: So bad it's good...well, almost

Kris W (us) wrote: "Alex Furlong died today. Eighteen years from now, he'll be running for his life." "Don't let the future pass you by." "Time flies. But to survive the year 2009, he'll need to move a lot faster." Bounty hunters (Mick Jagger, Esai Morales) from the future transport a doomed race-car driver (Estevez) to 2009 New York, where his mind will be replaced with that of a dead billionaire (Hopkins). Also features David Johansen as his former manager, Rene Russo as his former gril friend, Amanda Plummer as a helpful Sister, and Jonathan Banks as Hopkins # 2. Pretty scary when their future (2009) is already our past.... Ian McCandless: Welcome to my Mind. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: Give it up, Vacendak. You couldn't catch a cold. You couldn't catch the clap in a whorehouse! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michelette: How would you feel if you'd been dead a day and a half and someone brought your more bad news? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [after watching Furlong jumping to the river] Victor Vacendak: you drink any of that, I'll be out of a job -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hungry Diner: If you keep looking at me, you'll see me kill you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: What... no applause? Victor Vacendak: Show's not over yet. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: How'm I doin'? Victor Vacendak: Not bad. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Victor Vacendak: Box him in and run him down, but be gentle... I want him WITHOUT A SCRATCH. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Victor Vacendak: Get the meat. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Newswoman: So how do you like it here? Alex Furlong: [drunk] I don't. Everybody's chasing me. Newswoman: What is it they all want? Alex Furlong: My body. Newswoman: Mmmm... [to the camera] Newswoman: self-absorbed type. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michelette: Why, Victor, who do you think you're talking to? Victor Vacendak: I know who I'm talking to Mark... [Tosses Michelette's expensive Faberge Egg to him; it breaks] Victor Vacendak: ... an asshole. Michelette: [Slams broken egg onto desk] [Barks] Michelette: Get out! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nun: [after being slapped violently] The Good Lord always says to turn the other cheek. [Swings foot up, kicking Michellete in the groin. Michellete moans in pain] Nun: But he never had to deal with dickheads like you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nun: [Aims shotgun at Alex] What are you and what are you doing here? Alex Furlong: I don't know what I am... or where. [Whispers to himself] Alex Furlong: Maybe I died. What was it they called me? Nun: Pathetic? Alex Furlong: No. [Looks up to her] Alex Furlong: A freejack. Nun: [Gasps] Holy shit. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: This your truck? Pickup Man: Company's. Alex Furlong: [Whips out firearm] Not anymore. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: [Being pinned down by gunfire] We're trapped. Boone: What do you mean 'we', white man? [Smiles] Boone: Just kidding. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: [Discussing the future of their relationship] What about us? Julie Redlund: "Us" was eighteen years ago. Alex Furlong: It's two days for me. Two days, Julie. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: How the hell do you eat river rat? Eagle Man: Well, first you gotta cut off the head and the tail, and then you gut it. Then it's all a matter of the sauce. You don't just plop down a rodent on a plate and say here's your river rat would you like red wine or white with 'em. Not that there's any wine around here anyway. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: Man, if it's come down to this. What's the point? Eagle Man: He Riddles me. The ancient riddle: "What's the point?" Have you ever seen an eagle flying back to his home with dinner for the Mrs. and all the little eagle babies. And he's flying against the wind and he's flying in the rain and he's flying through bullets and all kinds of hell, and then right at that moment when he's about to get back to his nest, he says, "What the fuck, it's a drag being an eagle" and right then two little x'es comes across his eyes just like in the old fashion cartoons. And he goes plunging down, and down and down and BAM. He's just a splatter of feathers and then we don't have the national bird of America no more. Did you ever see that? Alex Furlong: No. Eagle Man: Me Neither. Eagle's got too much self-respect. How's yours? Time Travel Technician #1: I wouldn't dance to it, but that's a pulse. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Julie Redlund: Let him go Mac! Ian McCandless: Sorry, Ju it either him or me. Victor Vacendak: Too bad, I got used to him, I don't make a lot friends in this bussiness. Alex Furlong: Who said be friends. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Earnhart: [commenting on another failure to bring in Furlong, while both standing in a lift] I have a feeling the client's going to be really pissed! Michelette: When I want your opinion, I'll give it you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Furlong: [Inebriated during a television interview] I know someone who's trying to bring me in. Goes by the name Vacendak. [Grabs interviewer's microphone] Alex Furlong: Well, I got a special message for you. [Imitating Arnold Schwarzenegger from Terminator] Alex Furlong: Fuck you, asshole! [laughs] Alex Furlong: No one's bringing me in. [Knocks camera aside]

Charles H (mx) wrote: Not as good as the first two parts in this trilogy. This one introduces many of the problems that George Lucas expanded on in the prequel trilogy and made star wars a bit lame. It has some of the best scenes from any star wars movie (some great highs), but also some of the most lame (some big lows).

Alex W (au) wrote: wow eric roberts, well done sir

Augustine H (kr) wrote: Speaking of the youth's rebellious mind, Karel Reisz here is on par with Nicholas Ray. Brilliant performance from Albert Finney.

William W (fr) wrote: Seeing this for the first time last night, I couldn't believe both what a fine film and great performance from Bette Davis. No wonder she's still considered one of the greatest actresses that ever lived. Very few today could hold a candle to her talent, and to the beauty she had in her heyday.

CHARLIE (gb) wrote: GOOD MOVIE WORTH WATCHING